Archive for the ‘Nutrition and Performance’ Category

Every year, it’s the same trend; lose weight and lose fat. Although weight loss and fat loss are used interchangeably, they differ in their long-term effect, and elicit different training and lifestyle implications.

In Part 1 of this series, we thoroughly examined the real truth about energy systems, their classification, specifics of each energy system, correct terminology used, and most important, how each energy system is interconnected and contributes to one another for energy provisions.

Everywhere you look on any given day of any given week, you’re constantly bombarded with an assortment of never-ending products that claim to change your life. There are supplements that are 3000-percent better than creatine; advertisements, endorsements and celebrity interviews for obtaining Jennifer Aniston’s abs; methods for dropping 15 pounds with Beyoncé’s Master Cleanse Lemonade; […]

The Gluten Games

Posted: 12th September 2014 by Jon in Exercise and Fitness, Nutrition and Performance

Fat free, sugar free, reduced fat, reduced sugar, low carb, low calorie. Sound familiar? Well, it should. These nutritional labels have been on the market for decades and likely will continue for decades to come. Just like in training, nutrition certainly has well established “trends.” Due to the “trendiness” and smart marketing, the infestation of […]